Swollen Feet That Move In Children After Falling?
At noon, my child jumped from a height of 1 meter … my ankle didn’t … suddenly my left leg was swollen … after I was in sequence … the swelling disappeared … it appeared in my right leg … after it was deflated … it appeared on my wrist jari2 … what disease … thanks for the explanation
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Wound conditions that occur due to trauma or collision, will only occur in the area affected by the collision, or in this case is his leg. If indeed your child is injured as a result of jumping from that height, the injury or injury, or possibly a broken bone, will not move.
So what your child is experiencing may be an infection that occurs before or after, such as if he jumps from a tree, there may be animals that bite or sting him. It could also be due to bacteria, or viruses due to other conditions apart from the jump itself. To ensure this, it's a good idea to have your child consult a doctor, because if not examined directly, misunderstandings are very vulnerable to occur. And if so, the treatment will not be optimal.
Meanwhile, there is no need to worry too much, compress the swelling with a warm compress, and keep it clean. If it hurts, give your child paracetamol by first reading the rules of use. So, hopefully answering your question.